Let’s Talk About Mental Health
New series promotes mental health practices for Latinos
Washington, DC – November 29, 2021 – Hispanic Communications Network (HCN) (hcnmedia.com) / La Red Hispana (laredhispana.org), will launch the fifth edition of its Culture of Health series. This year the multimedia series, titled “Let’s Talk about Mental Health” (Hablemos de Salud Mental) will address topics such as mental health and technology among young people, stigmatizing language, and domestic violence, which are more relevant than ever due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in our community.
HCN has developed multimedia ads – radio spots, videos, and articles – with tips aimed at informing and empowering our audience. In addition, La Red Hispana’s renowned experts and hosts – Dr. Isabel Gómez-Bassols and Dr. Eduardo Lopez Navarro – have developed helpful and practical recommendations available at laredhispana.org/hablemosdesaludmental.
“Mental health continues to be a sensitive and hesitant topic of discussion among Hispanics.” says Alison Rodden, HCN’s Executive Director. “Hablemos de Salud Mental seeks to facilitate conversations including social determinants that impact Hispanic communities such as cultural stigma, lack of insurance or inadequate insurance, and language barriers, among many others”.
The Cultura de Salud programming series, “Let’s Talk about Mental Health”, with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, will run for 14 weeks from late November 2021 until the end of February 2022.
About Hispanic Communications Network and La Red Hispana
Hispanic Communications Network -HCN- is the leading radio communication service in the market, dedicated to the production and distribution of educational and informational content for the Hispanic community in the United States. For more information, visit: hcnmedia.com and Laredhispana.org.
About the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
For more than 45 years the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has worked to improve health and health care. We are working alongside others to build a national Culture of Health that provides everyone in America a fair and just opportunity for health and well-being. For more information, visit www.rwjf.org. Follow the Foundation on Twitter at www.rwjf.org/twitter or on Facebook at www.rwjf.org/facebook.